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Banking on Digital Growth Podcast

Digital Growth Doesn’t Mean Doing More

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Brief Summary of Episode #28

What’s the one thing I can start doing to generate more loans and deposits?

It’s a good question. But here’s a better one to ask:  

What are all the things I can stop doing? 

Because, when it comes to digital growth, less is more.

When we do too much, we add complexity. We add confusion. 

And it leads to chaos.

If we want to maximize our digital growth, we need to simplify.

In the latest episode of Banking on Digital Growth, I share several techniques for clearing your plate so you can focus on activities that add value to your financial brand.

Here’s one you can start doing today:

Stop saying yes to everyone. 

When we say yes, it makes us busy. But being busy doesn’t predict future success.

In fact, it’s usually a detriment.

Saying yes more often than no leads to doing things that waste our time, effort and energy.

When you start saying no, it’s like you are saving money. 

You are saving your time, effort and energy to invest in projects that create exponentially more value. 

If you want to crank up your digital-growth dial, ditch the distractions and focus on what matters. 

Key Insights and Takeaways

  • Why you should replace your to-do list with a don’t-do list
  • The 5 ways to identify activities to remove
  • Why saying yes leads to being busy, not future success